Super Lather Crochet Washcloth Pattern

Updated on June 22, 2019
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Kimberly is a 19-year-old jewelry artist, soap maker, and crocheter. She lives happily with her boyfriend in northern Minnesota.

This pattern works up super fast since it uses primarily double crochet, making it a perfect option for decorating your bathroom or for last minute gifts for any holiday. This washcloth has several rows of a front post double crochet combination, which makes it nice and textured. The texture helps lather your soaps and exfoliate your skin. It can be made with any 100% cotton yarn worsted weight 4; this one is made with the Lily's Sugar'n Cream yarn (variegated).

Well, let's move onto the pattern and get hooking!

Supplies and Abbreviations

Supplies

  • 5.5 mm crochet hook
  • Scissors
  • Darning needs (for weaving in ends)
  • 2 balls worsted weight 4 cotton yarn (I used Lil's Sugar'n Cream variegated)

Abbreviations

  • Ch- Chain
  • DC- Double crochet
  • FPDC- Front post double crochet
  • sc- Single crochet
  • Slst- Slip stitch
  • HDC- Half double crochet

Washcloth

Ch 30

Row 1- Work DC in third ch from hook and in each ch across (ch 2 does not count as stitch)

Row 2- Ch 2, work 1 DC in each stitch across

Row 3- Ch 2, work 1 DC in first stitch *work a FPDC in next stitch, work 1 DC in stitch after* Repeat * across.

Row 4-6- Ch 2, work 1 DC in each stitch across

Row 7- Ch 2, work 1 DC in first stitch *work a FPDC in next stitch, work 1 DC in stitch after* Repeat * across.

Row 8-10- Ch 2, work 1 DC in each stitch across

Row 11- Ch 2, work 1 DC in first stitch *work a FPDC in next stitch, work 1 DC in stitch after* Repeat * across.

Row 12-14- Ch 2, work 1 DC in each stitch across

Row 15- Ch 2, work 1 DC in first stitch *work a FPDC in next stitch, work 1 DC in stitch after* Repeat * across.

Row 16- Work 1 DC in each stitch across

Border

  1. Ch 1 at the end of the last row, and instead of turning your work, begin working down the side of each row.
  2. Work 2 sc in the side of each DC row.
  3. At the bottom of that side, work across the bottom, working 1 sc in the bottom of your base ch row. Ch 1 at end of row.
  4. Repeat other side to the top, 2 sc in the side of each DC row. Ch 1
  5. Sc in each stitch across the top and join with a slst to the first stitch of your border.
  6. Tie off. Tie on with color 2
  7. Ch 1, work 1 HDC in each sc of the previous row. Join to first HDC with a slst. Tie off.
  8. Weave in ends.

This pattern can be worked up super fast, and it's easy to make in bulk due to the small amount of rows. It makes an amazing present for any holiday. This can be combined with face scrubbie patterns to make a beautiful bathroom set that can be a magnificent gift.

I hope you all enjoyed this pattern, and as always, happy hooking!

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      • TheNaturalRoze profile imageAUTHOR

        TheNaturalRoze 

        3 weeks ago

        agreed I love them for the shower!

      • kimberlyschimmel profile image

        Kimberly Schimmel 

        3 weeks ago from Greensboro, NC

        Cotton dishcloths are the best. They last and last, too.

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